M25 widening: Night-time closures and diversions

M25 The variable speed limits will link up with the scheme from junction eight to 16

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Road closures and diversions are to be put in place on the M25 in Kent and Surrey as widening work continues.

Signs on the stretch between junction six (Godstone) and junction seven (M23) are being upgraded.

From Monday, various overnight closures will be put in place also affecting the A21 and M23 slip roads.

The current three-lane section between junctions five and seven is used by 146,000 drivers every day, with heavy congestion during rush hours.

The improvement scheme will make the hard shoulder permanently available to drivers as an extra lane and give additional capacity to the M25 between junctions five and six/seven.

The Highways Agency said a fully-signposted diversion on the A22, A23 and M23 would be in place for the closures of the M25.

M25 widening road closures

13 January - 14 January

Junction six anti-clockwise entry slip road

15 January

Northbound A21 link road to the anti-clockwise M25

16 January - 18 January

Northbound A21 link road to the clockwise M25

18 January

Clockwise M25 closed between junction 6 and 7

22 January - 26 January

Clockwise M25 link roads to the northbound and southbound M23

27 January - 1 February

Northbound and southbound M23 link roads to the anti-clockwise M25

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